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Image Comics partners Robert Kirkman, Marc Silvestri, Erik Larsen, Jim Valentino and Todd McFarlane spoke at Comic-Con international and spent the panel answering questions from fans on everything from their various titles to future plans
Robert Kirkman, Marc Guggenheim, Joe Kelly and more were on hand for The Image Comics Show panel, where current and future projects were discussed, as well as company collaborations and new imprints.
The creators of this year's Eisner Award winning "Chew," Jonathan Layman and Rob Guillory, discuss the title, walking the line between disgusting and entertaining, the potential Hollywood adaptation and much more.
Comics and Hollywood meet with Collider Entertainment, an Image imprint overseen by Marc Guggenheim. We spoke about their first titles, overcoming the Hollywood stigma and more.
Image has released artwork and solicitation information for new comics on sale in October, including new issues of "The Walking Dead"," "Morning Glories," "Haunt," "Guarding the Globe" and more.
Ron Marz and Top Cow Publisher Filip Sablik speak with CBR News about the Coin of Solomon, one of thirteen key items that will be at the center of the 13-issue "Artifacts" limited series launching this month.
In the wind-up to Comic-Con International, AMC’s released more imagery from "The Walking Dead," the new television series based on the popular Image Comics title by Robert Kirkman and Charlie Adlard, and SPINOFF's got 'em!
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of Ted McKeever's "Meta-4" #2. Written and illustrated by McKeever, the second issue of the five-part miniseries hits stores tomorrow, July 21.
New video online takes fans onto the set of AMC's upcoming "Walking Dead" TV series including a tank on the streets of Atlanta and commentary from Robert Kirkman and Frank Darabont.
image Comics has released their complete schedule for this week's Comic-Con International in San Diego, including booth assignments, signing schedules, panel times and more
Our monthly column with "Chew" writer John Layman continues with Layman rehashing "Chew" #12, detailing his Comic-Con plans and giving you a glimpse into the third installment of "Just Desserts," out next month.
Citing the changing marketplace for his work, "PvP" creator Scott Kurtz has announced that the Webcomic published in print by Image Comics will return to its self-publishing roots.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive extended preview of "Sweets," a New Orleans crime miniseries created, written and illustrated by Kody Chamberlain, in stores tomorrow, July 14.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive extended preview of "Lady Robotika" #1, on sale July 14 from co-creators and writers Jane Wiedlin and Bill Morrison with art by Morrison and Tone Rodriguez.
In October, Hack/Slash" creator Tim Seeley offers fans the new one-shot "Hack/Slash Annual 2010: Murder Messiah." CBR News spoke with Seeley about the special issue and the future of "Hack/Slash" at Image Comics.
PRESS RELEASE: Image Comics Reprints the First Issues of Classic Series in October's Contnuation of "Image Firsts: Wave Two"
Mark Andrew Smith spoke with us about and shared art from "Sullivan's Sluggers," his upcoming Image graphic novel illustrated by James Stokoe about a baseball team tasked with fighting hordes of man-eating monsters.
Writer Phil Hester and incoming illustrator Sheldon Mitchell spoke about the 85th issue of "The Darkness," titled "Alkonost," as well as plans for the character as he moves ever closer to his milestone 100th issue.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive 9-page preview of "King City" #10. Written and drawn by Brandon Graham, the next issue of the critically acclaimed series hits stores Thursday, July 8.
"Turf" creators Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards spent an afternoon with CBR's COMMENTARY TRACK and offered a detailed analysis of the second issue of their genre-bending Image Comics miniseries.
Image Comics has provided CBR with advance looks at new comics on sale July 8, including "Brigade" #1, "Godland" #32, "King City" #10, "Walking Dead" #74, and more!
CBR spoke with creators Mark Kidwell, Nat Jones and Jay Fotos to discuss their 1960s era zombie miniseries about the Vietnam War, the infected flower power back home and the devastation across rest of the globe.
The Reggae musician Ziggy Marley has created a home grown superhero with the help of Joe Casey and Jim Mafood as Image Comics brings the Grammy-winner to Comic-Con with "Marijuanaman."
"Guarding The Globe" co-writer Benito Cereno spoke with CBR News about his plans for the super-team series, working with Robert Kirkman and what makes the Invincible Universe so darn cool.
In advance of its August debut, Image Comics has announced that the six-issue "Invincible" spinoff by Robert Kirkman, Benito Cereno and Ransom Getty will now be called "Guarding The Globe."
Writer-artist Corey Lewis spoke with CBR News about "Seedless," his action-adventure story starring a bunch of sentient grape warriors! The online comic will be collected by Image Comics in August.
Courtesy of Image Comics, CBR presents an exclusive preview of the second chapter of Jonathan Ross and Tommy Lee Edwards 1920s mobster, vampire and aliens series "Turf." The comic hits stores this week, June 30.
CBR News spoke with Ron Marz about "Velocity," his and artist Kenneth Rocafort's upcoming Top Cow 4-issue miniseries about the speedy Cyberforce hero's one-hour quest to save her teammates from certain doom.
Image Comics has provided CBR with an exclusive 11-page preview of Nick Spencer's "Morning Glories," featuring artwork by Joe Eisma and a cover by Rodin Esquejo. The 48 page debut issue hits stores on August 11.
Jane Wiedlin of The Go-Go's and Bongo Comics co-founder Bill Morrison spoke with CBR News about teaming together for "Lady Robotika," a new Image Comics miniseries about Jane's very own sci-fi adventures in space!
It's sold out at Diamond, but Image Comics has provided CBR with the complete first issue of "The Bulletproof Coffin" #1, co-written by David Hine and Shaky Kane with art and cover by Kane.